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Wole Soyinka’s “King Baabu” returns to Live Theatre at Terra Kulture this month!

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This is for all theatre lovers! King Baabu, the amazing play by Professor Wole Soyinka returns to Terra Kulture this September.

King Baabu chronicles the debauched rule of General Basha Bash who takes power in a coup and exchanges his general’s uniform for a robe and crown re-christening himself King Baabu. The play is a naked satire on the use of power and jumped-up officialdom; a parody of Africa’s past and present dictators. The play is directed by Toyin Oshinnaike and features Toju Ejoh, Tessy Brown, Kevin Umweni, Abiodun Kassim, Seun Kentebe, Bola Akinde, Femi Durojaiye, Ahide Adum, Andrew Udo Adigwe, Ikechukwu Asonye, Ajibola Fashola, Emmanuel Nwaodu and Ikechukwu Asonye.

Dates: September 19th, 20th, 23rd, 25th, 26th & 27th
Time: 3 PM & 7 PM daily
Venue: Terra Kulture, 1376, Tiamiyu Savage street, Victoria Island, Lagos

Tickets are on sale now at Terra Kulture, www.livetheatreonsunday.info, www.ariiyatickets.com, IN3k8 Media, LocusPromotions.com, Quintessence in Parkview and Lekki, and Sharwama&Co.

King Baabu is sponsored by MTN EbonyLife TV DSTV Channel 165, and supported by TerraKulture, 96.9 Cool FM, Quintessence, RoyalRoot TV, African Movie Channel Startimes Channel 101, GetTV Startimes Channel 129, FuseNG, 360Nobs.com, BellaNaija.com, Naij.com, WanaWana.com, www.gidipoint.com,www.olorisupergal.com, Laila’s Blog.com, artyliving.com, kevinoduah.com, happening.com, olisa.tv, e247, YNaija.com, eGist.com and Lindaikeji.

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3 Comments

  1. Charles

    September 7, 2015 at 12:44 pm

    The time is right. More Nigerians are now appreciating intellectually motivated comtent.

    234jam.com

  2. Tosin

    September 7, 2015 at 2:28 pm

    fun stuff. it was great when they brought this stuff to the mainland 🙂 come back sometime 🙂

  3. Demilade

    September 7, 2015 at 5:42 pm

    I went for the July edition when they showed That Scoundrel Suberu and some other plays, it was great. I’m sure this one will be even better.

    coco-bella.blogspot.com

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